imply

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to express in a suggestive manner rather than as a direct statement; to state tacitly

What do you mean we need to be more careful with hygiene? Are you implying that I don't wash my hands?.

to suggest by logical inference

When I state that your dog is brown, I am not implying that all dogs are brown.

to have as a necessary consequence

The proposition that all dogs are mammals implies that my dog is a mammal.

to enfold, entangle

And in his bosome secretly there lay / An hatefull Snake, the which his taile vptyes / In many folds, and mortall sting implyes.

to signify
If an event or situation implies that something is the case, it makes you think it likely that it is the case. Exports in June rose 1.5%, implying that the economy was stronger than many investors had realized A `frontier-free' Europe implies a greatly increased market for all economic operators. = suggest
have as a logical consequence; "The water shortage means that we have to stop taking long showers"
{f} indirectly suggest, hint, infer
To involve in substance or essence, or by fair inference, or by construction of law, when not include virtually; as, war implies fighting
express or state indirectly
To suggest a logical inference
To infold or involve; to wrap up
suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic
To refer, ascribe, or attribute
suggest that someone is guilty
express or state indirectly suggest as a logically necessary consequence; in logic have as a necessary feature or consequence; entail; "This decision involves many changes
If you imply that something is the case, you say something which indicates that it is the case in an indirect way. `Are you implying that I have something to do with those attacks?' she asked coldly She felt undermined by the implied criticism. = suggest
To express in a suggestive manner rather than as a direct statement
have as a necessary feature or consequence; entail; "This decision involves many changes"
correlation does not imply causation
The observed correlation between two parameters, say, the growth of a market and the growth of a neighbor's child may, in fact, have nothing to do with each other's causation
implied
Suggested without being stated directly
implied
Simple past tense and past participle of imply
implied
implicit
to imply
insinuate
ımply
{v} to comprise, involve, infold, suggest
implied
Virtually involved or included; involved in substance; inferential; tacitly conceded; the correlative of express, or expressed
implied
Not expressed in writing; presumed or inferred
implied
{s} indirectly suggested, hinted, inferred, tacit; indirectly involved
implied
past of imply
implied
Indirectly inferred
implied
indicated by necessary connotation though not expressed directly; "gave silent consent"; "a tacit agreement"; "the understood provisos of a custody agreement"
implied
Presumed or inferred rather than expressed
impliedly
by implication, tacitly, in an implied manner
impliedly
By implication or inference
implies
third-person singular of imply
imply
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